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Household Energy Use in Malawi

ACCESS TO ELECTRICITY ACCESS TO LIGHTING AGRICULTURAL RESIDUES AIR CONDITIONERS BENEFITS OF ELECTRIFICATION BIOMASS BIOMASS FUELS BIOMASS RESOURCE CANE CHARCOAL CHARCOAL PRODUCTION CONNECTED HOUSEHOLDS COOKING COST OF ELECTRICITY COST OF SERVICE CROP CROP RESIDUE CROP RESIDUES DEMAND CURVE DISTRIBUTION NETWORK DOMESTIC LIGHTING DRY CELL DRY CELL BATTERIES DRY CELL BATTERIES FOR RADIOS DUNG ELECTRIC APPLIANCES ELECTRIC GRID ELECTRIC LIGHT ELECTRIC LIGHTING ELECTRIC SERVICE ELECTRICITY ELECTRICITY ACCESS ELECTRICITY BILL ELECTRICITY CONSUMPTION ELECTRICITY DEMAND ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION ELECTRICITY PRICES ELECTRICITY SECTOR ELECTRICITY TARIFFS ELECTRICITY USE ELECTRIFICATION EMPLOYMENT END-USE ENERGY ACCESS ENERGY CONVERSION ENERGY COSTS ENERGY EXPENDITURE ENERGY EXPENDITURES ENERGY NEEDS ENERGY PRICE ENERGY PRICING ENERGY SECTOR ENERGY SECTOR MANAGEMENT ASSISTANCE ENERGY SPENDING ENERGY USE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS EXPENDITURES ON ELECTRICITY EXPENDITURES ON ENERGY FIREWOOD FLUORESCENT TUBE FUEL FUEL COSTS FUEL PRICE FUEL PRICES FUEL SOURCE FUEL SUBSTITUTION FUEL TYPE FUEL USE FUELS GRID ELECTRICITY GRID EXTENSION HEALTH RISK HEAT HOUSE WIRING HOUSEHOLD ACCESS HOUSEHOLD COOKING HOUSEHOLD ELECTRIFICATION HOUSEHOLD ENERGY HOUSEHOLD ENERGY USE HOUSEHOLD FUELS HOUSEHOLD INCOME HOUSEHOLD LIGHTING KEROSENE KILOWATT-HOUR LIGHTS LIVING STANDARDS LOW-INCOME HOUSEHOLDS LOW-VOLTAGE MAIZE METER READING MODERN FUELS PETROLEUM PETROLEUM GAS POWER POWER CURVE PRICE ELASTICITY PRICE ELASTICITY OF DEMAND PRICE OF ELECTRICITY REFRIGERATORS RURAL AREAS RURAL ELECTRICITY RURAL ELECTRIFICATION RURAL ENERGY RURAL HOUSEHOLD RURAL HOUSEHOLDS RURAL INCOMES RURAL LIGHTING SMOKE SOLAR HOME SOLAR HOME SYSTEMS TARIFF LEVELS TELEVISION TRADITIONAL FUEL URBAN HOUSEHOLD URBAN HOUSEHOLDS USE OF ELECTRICITY VILLAGE LEVEL VOLTAGE WOOD WOOD FUELS
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World Bank, Washington DC
Africa
2013-03-01T17:46:58Z | 2013-03-01T17:46:58Z | 2006-06-17

This report analyzes the results of the Second Integrated Household Survey in Malawi. Its purpose is to examine equity issues in access, pricing and use of fuels and electricity and to estimate the benefits electrification. The analysis was undertaken in order to inform policies associated with two critical aspects of electricity sector reform - tariff rebalancing and increasing household access. The report begins with a summary of the main findings and recommendations. It continues with an introduction, including the background to the report. The first detailed analysis of findings concerns energy access and expenditures. The next section discusses energy access. Tariff reform and the benefits of electrification follow. The last section discusses the identification and assessment of innovations in electricity service provision.

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